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There is a USB receiver underneath the battery panel of the mouse, although it looks like part of the workings of the mouse. It's only a very small thing with a USB plug on it but it is there. The instructions don't show a picture of it, so it's very easy to think you haven't got one until you look closely
Unclip it and put it in your USB port and it should come up.
Have you checked your battery on the mouse? I would pressume that it uses battery since its wireless. Does it have a on/off switch? Because for it to work you need to turn it on. Can you post the exact model and specs of your wireless mouse? For us to better understand what were dealing with. Reply back. Good Day.
Wireless mice come with a USB dongle and a wireless mouse. Install batteries in the mouse and plug in the USB dongle into 1 of your USB ports on your laptop while in Windows. Windows will detect the mouse and automatically install the software needed to communicate with the mouse. If Windows doesn't install this device automatically, try installing the drivers included on the driver CD.
Most all mice are simple USB devices as far as most Operating System are concerned and a manufacturer supplied driver should not be necessary.
Do other USB devices work on your computer? Have you tried unplugging the wireless USB dongle that goes to the mouse and plugging it back in? Another option might be to unplug the wireless USB dongle, turn off your computer, wait 2 minutes, turn on your computer, wait until your Operating System loads fully and you are logged in, plug in the wireless USB dongle.
Also try changing the batteries in the mouse. Try another USB port for the wireless USB dongle. Other than that, it might be dead. You can call RadioShack for assistance if that does not pan out for you: 1-800-843-7422
To reconnect your wireless mouse here is what you should do:
1. Be sure your computer is turned on. 2. Connect the receiver with the USB connector. 3. Be sure you have batteries in your mouse. The synchronization will start automatically. 4. If synchronization doesn't start automatically, press the connect button on the receiver then press the connect button on the bottom side of the mouse for ten seconds.
Did you try changing the batteries? If so, try unplugging the mouse receiver and plugging it back in. If that doesn't do anything, how long have you used the mouse? My mouse skips clicks because of my normal use over the years. Might just be the wear and tear to the little clicker button, but try changing batteries.
Delete the driver you have now and when you plug back the unit it it will install driver and look for a updated driver you really can just take it out of usb port and put it back in and it will do that
Put in the batteries Find the battery covers and slides it off. Insert the appropriate batteries. The wireless receiver that plugs into the computer runs off the computer's power and needs no batteries.
Plug in the receiver to the computer. Usually the receiver will plug into the USB port, but some plug into the mouse port. If all of your USB ports are filled, see if the mouse came with a USB adapter. The adapter fits into the mouse port. Be careful not to accidentally force the mouse adapter into the keyboard port.
Connect the mouse once you have it plugged in. The receiver should have a visible button that is easily push able by the average human finger. The mouse will usually have a very small hole with a button inside it that can only be pushed by something like a pencil or paper clip. Push both buttons at the same time with the receiver and the mouse relatively close to each other for about 5 seconds or more.
Position the receiver in a place that isn't far away from the mouse. Depending on where you are, you can place it on the monitor, on the tower, on the back of your laptop (if you are installing the mouse to your laptop) or on the desk. The furthest a wireless mouse can get away from the receiver without working very well is about 9 feet (2.7 meters), so keep that in mind.
Test your new mouse.
?·If you plugged into the mouse port, restart your computer manually.
?·If you plugged it into the USB port you may begin using it.
?·When the cursor moves when you move the mouse, you have connected the mouse properly. If the cursor doesn't move, try repositioning the receiver. If it still doesn't work, you may need to restart your computer (if you haven
try this: plug in the USB key & check for the green light. Then go to start, control panel, & double click mouse (with whatever mouse works). Check the hardware tab and see it the computer is recognizing that the mouse is there. If it is there, it should be working fine. If not, then perhaps you need to reinstall the USB port drivers. Sometimes this will happen when you've upgraded from 1.0 to 2.0 USB ports.
Is this a wireless mouse? If so, plug the USB connector into your computer. The pc should detect it and install the drivers automatically. Then there should be a button on the bottom of the mouse, press it, then press the button on the USB connector. This establishes a connection between the mouse and connector.